I am an art enthusiast. That’s why I never missed the chance to enroll in the Arts and Humanities 5 under the very exciting, Prof. Julius Quiz. One of the best things I learned from that class, aside from those paintings and sculptures, is the “Principles of Photography.” It is very helpful especially for my course, since pictures are also a form of communication. As what the famous adage goes, one picture is worth a thousand words.
I’m just so sad that Sir Quiz is no longer in UP Mindanao. Too bad he no longer handles the Basic Photography subject. He is by far the best photography teacher in school. Not everyone gets the chance to have his valuable pieces of knowledge, that’s why I somehow feel lucky. Learning the basics of this sought-after hobby helps me feel confident that I don’t just take pictures, I MAKE pictures. Here, I’m going to share you what I’ve learned, for FREE!
All the shots were taken at Camiguin Island during our field trip last February 28, 2010. I hope this information helped you. Let this be your guide in making pictures. Bear in mind that it doesn’t really matter whether you’re using a Point-and-Shoot or a Digital Single Lens Reflex Camera. Always remember that knowing and applying the art of photography matters more than the kind of camera you use.